1) Break it down
Working out consists of many topics of research that get connected and you can even stretch it to diet and lifestyle. Focus on one thing at a time and really get to know your facts on it.
2) Take it easy
I have noticed that small steps build concistency. Start with realistic goals,or even ridiculous ones, for example 5 reps of 3 exercises. You might feel like this wont do much,but next time you work out,add 2 more reps. By the end of the month you will have a full set.
Always hear your needs and dont push yourself too far.
The next time you workout, pick a different one. After a few sessions you’ll find the ones you like best, and stick with those. Plus you’re still working out the whole time.
With the time I discovered this passions for gym and food and I started learning more and more, searching information and watch videos.
Here, the important thing, is to distinguish the truth to the fake news (actually really easy to find).
I can't lie to you, I found lots of fake advice and followed them thinking they were the reality, but then I search for other information about that certain topic and I discovered it was false!
So, the advice I give to you is to meet someone expert in this area if you are really into this and start; the most important thing is to start, no matter where you are now.
You Tube has a lot of good videos as well. I love working out with Sydney Cummings and she offers courses/challenges. This option works best for me because there’s more flexibility and I can workout without anyone watching. Sometimes I’ll get together with another friend and we’ll do these workouts together.
If you don’t want to join a gym, which I can’t bring myself to do, there are class offerings through community education programs that can be a great resource without the commitment. Something to check out in your area…
Whatever you do, just don’t use lack of precise knowledge as an excuse to do nothing. Just move in any way because a body in motion stays in motion and you’ll feel more motivated in other facets of your life as well.
On wkend i go on long walks
During working days I do 5 to 10 of workouts
And on days I’m really tired a do some yoga stretches
If you are confused about what to do then you gotta think about it(I wanted to burn my belly fat so i started doing abs workout then slowly i focused on other parts like the thighs or the biceps which were also not in shape) It depends on what is the best for you. So think about what you want to burn/build….
Too much info makes you procrastinate because you don't know what type of excercise you need for your body. First take some time and think why you wanna workout (like buliding a cool six pack or to get in shape etc.)then you think about where you should start from (what is the most important part that you need to build like the biceps,abs or triceps etc.)
Don't forget to eat healthy and also chose a time that is suitable for you to do regularly. This is from a mistake I made I choose the time which was not ideal and most of the time I used to skip my workout session.